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Displaying Healthcare Informatics through Node-and-Link Visualizations



Please use this identifier to cite or link to this publication: http://hdl.handle.net/10909/75
Submitted by Christopher Goranson on 04-12-2013.
The principal argument of the paper is that node-and-link presentation
logic supports improved usability (for both providers and
preventive-care-oriented recipients) on two potential levels: the cognitive
and the technical. The cognitive aspect is achieved through the
resultant presentations themselves; the technical aspects are workflow
related and advocated through the techniques of touchscreen, gesturebased
(or voice-activated) polyhedric-interface navigation. Node-andlink
models are well leveraged via gesture-based interoperability and
node-and-link presentations are easily navigated through 3D polyhedric
representations.

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